eye candy friday

Thanks for all the Leyburn love! The recipient was thrilled, and she is as excited as I am that others want to make the socks as well. Those of you who’ve encouraged me to submit some patterns have definitely got me thinking; this means I can’t show you what’s on the needles right now (and is practically an FO), so I ought to get knittin’ on something else in the meantime that I can show. But today is Eye Candy Friday. A Project Spectrum-worthy entry, too! I took these last Saturday, when the weather was starting to get warm and feel like spring. Tamar and I ate lunch in the park and took a long walk; it was one of those excellent New York afternoons.

central park

central park sky

central park sky

central park sky

14 Responses to eye candy friday

  1. Add Knitter says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous! Nothing more beautiful than a clear sky on an (almost) spring day.

    Yes, you should really pursue getting your patterns published. You are so talented…

  2. Dee says:

    Beautiful pictures. The branches look so lacy. In my mind, it looks very, very cold though with those bare branches and bright blue sky.

  3. Shannon says:

    Beautiful pictures.

    Yes, yes, a thousand yeses – pursue getting your patterns published if you are interested! You are very talented and creative.

  4. Karen O says:

    LOVE the pictures. When I am at the dentist’s office and something uncomfortable is going on in my mouth, I often visualize images like your trees and sky pictures – an effective distraction!

  5. maryse says:

    see, i would have guessed that it was freezing on the day that you took those. beautiful though and i’m glad you weren’t freezing your ass off when you took them.

  6. Rachel says:

    Yes, those last socks could definitely have been published someplace. You could take them off your blog, submit them, and none of us would ever tell, I promise!

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